- n a globular glass with a small top; used for serving brandy
- That's right--rum in a snifter.
- He raised his snifter, and when he drank, the snifter pushed his half-spectacles from the tip of his nose to the bridge.
- By the time his plate of anchovies and a snifter of Courvoisier mixed with BB arrive, Cianci is rhapsodizing about the scholarships he has funded with his line of pasta sauce and .
News & Articles
- Are We Mispronouncing Subaru?
There's lots of fascinating stuff in these old American-market ads for the Subaru 360 — the car itself tooling around, the proper way to hold a snifter of gasoline, watching that woman get in a tiny car with suicide doors — but maybe the most interesting is how "Subaru" is pronounced. Read more...
Nov. 15, 2013 - Jalopnik
- Richard Hammond in Digital Spy
Hammond told The Sun: "Alcohol can neurochemically affect your brain. I'm allowed the odd snifter, but I can't go on the lash. I get hangover envy."
- Michael Riley in Canada NewsWire (press release)
This new glass is probably the most significant innovation for spirits drinkers since the introduction of the brandy snifter,says Michael Riley, LCBO Business Unit Director for Spirits. "We worked with Scotland's world-renowned Glencairn...